Aviation Maintenance Technology is a challenging career field with excellent employment opportunities. At ENMU-Roswell we offer:
- Only FAA Part 147 A&P school in New Mexico
- 14.5 month Certificate of Completion Program
- Balanced Commercial and General Aviation Training Program
- Boeing 727 Familiarization Training
- Reasonable Tuition
- Operational Aircraft
- Hands-On Training
- Cessna Approved Composite Training Certification
The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program runs approximately fourteen and a half consecutive months, making this program one of fastest and most competitive in terms of completion time available. We believe that by training students and preparing them for FAA licensure in the shortest time frame possible, we provide a gateway to careers much sooner and in a more cost effective manner than other AMT training programs. Because of this schedule, please consult AMT faculty, academic advisors, or the Career and Technical Education Division concerning semester start dates. Completing courses in the sequence and schedule offered is critical to successful completion of the program.
Upon successful completion of the FAA FAR Part 147 program, students will be issued a certificate acknowledging the student’s eligibility for FAA testing. Students seeking an associate of applied science degree must also successfully complete additional general education classes. Applicants for an associate of applied science degree who are currently FAA Airframe & Powerplant certificate holders may apply their A&P certificate towards the AMT portion of the A.A.S. degree.
Please note that mandatory drug screening is required prior to the first week of the program and will be scheduled by the AMT faculty. Students must pass the mandatory drug screening in order to remain in the program.
AMT Program Plans
For information on graduation/degree requirements, call 575-624-7142.
A Success Story
Ethan Urban (center holding certificate) graduated from the ENMU-Roswell Aviation Maintenance Technology Program in December of 2013. He received several Foundation scholarships, which helped him to complete the program. Currently, Ethan is working as an Airframe and Powerplant technician in southeast Kansas and northern Oklahoma.
“I wanted say thanks again. It greatly helped me cover the expenses of living and tuition, tools, books, etc. I am now serving as the only aircraft mechanic covering an area of about 4 airports. I am able to do call-out maintenance for business and corporate aircraft along with regular scheduled maintenance. I am also expanding my training to get instrument and commercial added to my pilot's license. Getting the Airframe and Powerplant certification through ENMU-R opened up an uncountable number of avenues that were not open to me previously. I will definitely recommend ENMU-R to others.”
Ethan W. Urban
Juan Salmon: firstname.lastname@example.org, (575) 624-7022